Wise Eyes

THEFT

On Feb. 4, a property owner near Reno and Ranch Road in El Reno called and reported a New Holland TT60A tractor stolen from his property. There were no signs of forced entry and only a few people have a key to the locked gate. Also taken was a New Holland front end loader attachment, a Tufline TBO72 box blade, Back Pallett fork attachment and a Vassan compact grapple. The theft occurred between Jan. 25 and Feb. 3.

BURGLARY

On Feb. 4, a resident on Remington Lane in El Reno called and reported that two juvenile males were trying to get into his residence using a hidden key to the residence they had found.  The reporting party’s stepdaughter was home at the time.  When the deputy arrived at the house, the juveniles were back at their residence (on the same street).  The deputy found a ring in the driveway of the reporting party.  It was determined that the ring belonged to the reporting party’s wife’s grandmother and had never left the residence.  The deputies went to the juveniles’ residence and the boys admitted to making six or seven trips to the house over a period of time and stealing cigarettes, pop and the ring.  The juveniles are ages 12 and 14.  They were taken to the Canadian County Children’s Justice Center, where they were charged for the burglary.

BREAK-IN

On Feb. 6, a resident called and reported that his residence near Reno and Methodist Road in Hinton had been broken into and someone took all of his guns.  Entry was made through the back door by breaking the glass window in the door.  The following guns were taken from the residence: Winchester 1200 12-gauge shotgun; Winchester 1200 12-gauge shotgun trap grade; Interarms Rossi .38 snub nose revolver; two Model 12 Winchester shotgun barrels; Sears-Roebuck Model 2200 semi-automatic .22 caliber rifle; Glenfield Model 60 semi-automatic .22 caliber rifle; Marlin Model 60 semi-automatic .22 caliber rifle; and a Thompson center, contender rifle pistol with .357 caliber barrel, wood grip (has JT engraved on outside).  The time of occurrence is between 5:45 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. Jan. 6.

THEFT

On Feb. 12, a property owner called and reported that his 18-foot bumper pull utility trailer was taken from his property near 192nd and Evans Road in Piedmont. The reporting party said the trailer had four black creosote boards on it that had not been cut down yet and six new green treated boards for the floor of the trailer.  Also taken was a small tool box with drawers that contained miscellaneous tools and a 100 amp breaker.  The time of occurrence is between 6 p.m.  Feb. 11 and 8 a.m. Feb. 12.

OIL FIELD THEFT

On Feb. 13, a representative from Cimarex called and reported several batteries stolen from a site near 192nd and Niles in Geary. There were good footprints and tire tracks at the scene.  The time of occurrence was after 9:30 p.m. Feb. 12.

COPPER THEFT

On Feb. 13, a representative from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation reported someone has stolen the copper ground wire from the radio towers near Manning and Britton Road in El Reno.

Wise Eyes is a crime watch program developed through a partnership between Devon Energy and the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office. To report a crime or provide information on any of the crimes described above, contact 262-3434 or email wiseeyes@ccsheriff.net.

 

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